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My team uses a board to direct their workload. Each person has an individualized section of the board with their specific workload (to do/in progress/ etc).
Under the TO DO column on the board, they would like to see all the subtasks to which they are assigned. Is it possible to do this?
Hi @Allison Reece,
You could try the Wallboard gadget offered by our Great Gadgets app.
This gadget can display the content of a Jira board along with sub-tasks. In this example, in green color we have the parent tasks (stories, tasks) and with yellow color the sub-tasks. The colors can be customized.
The gadget also supports quick-filters and swim lanes. You could configure it to display swim-lanes by assignees, and this way you will get a lane for each team member, showing the tasks and subtasks assigned to them.
Please note that this app offers many other gadgets that you will find useful. Take a look over the articles from our blog to make an idea:
I hope this helps. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello @Allison Reece
Are you working with a Team Managed project or a Company Managed project?
Are you working with a Software Project or a Business/Work Management project?
Both those questions can be answered by looking up you project on the Projects > View All Projects page and checking the Type column.
If you are using a Software project, are you using a Kanban board or a Scrum board? And do you have the Swimlanes (a.k.a. Group By) option set?
Will the person assigned to a subtask also be the same person assigned to the parent task?